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Initial post: 10 Nov 2011 11:41:10 GMT
Hong says:
Hi everyone first time poster here. I have recentley started reading John Grisham, but would like some recommenadtions into anything or anyone similar. i enjoy crime, thriller twists & turns etc. but nothing to complicated & the easier to read the better.
I was thinking of starting with Michael Connelly ( The Black Echo ) or anything by Peter James. Thankyou for any help & advice.

In reply to an earlier post on 10 Nov 2011 12:37:21 GMT
Michael Connelly's very good. His Lincoln Lawyer of a few years ago impressed me. Comparisons to Grisham??.. now let me think :)

John Matthews - Author
(Above name link and listmania for books written)

Posted on 10 Nov 2011 12:45:19 GMT
Whs McIntyre says:
Dear Hong, take a step back as you are about to be inundated with suggestions, mainly self-promotions - see above. I don't often post, but by the sounds of things you're seeking a crime/legal/thriller, in which casel look no further than: Relatively Guilty (Robbie Munro - Best Defence Series #1) If you guess the ending I'll send you the follow up Duty Man (Robbie Munro - Best Defence Series #2) for free and by the time you've finished those #3 should be up and running. All the best. W.

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Posted on 10 Nov 2011 13:05:33 GMT
G Clark says:
Emotionally or repetitive strain?

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Whs McIntyre says:
AAMOF I'm reading Ascension day just now. Nice one.

Posted on 10 Nov 2011 13:15:40 GMT
Whs McIntyre says:
... but self-promotion is sort of your full-time job isn't it JM? I think I should be allowed my once in a blue moon promo without criticism.

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Posted on 10 Nov 2011 15:11:43 GMT
Red says:
If you like realistic crime thrillers, try The Child Taker (Soft Target Series), Playing The Game or Slow Burn Rape and revenge (Soft Target Series). The Jones stuff is all set in the UK where as Gould writes about LA. They both have a series of books to follow on if you like them. Also you cannot go far wrong with The Wire in the Blood or any of her other books. I must say John Matthews stuff is excellent too!!

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